Oceanographic cruise to further elucidate how ocean stores carbon
From 2 June to 17 July 2023, an oceanographic cruise dubbed APERO, jointly led by CNRS researchers, will be…Read more
On track for the creation of the IPOS, the new International Panel for Ocean Sustainability
The CNRS invited scientific institutions from numerous countries at Maison Irène et Frédéric Joliot-Curie in Brussels to discuss the International…Read more
Saving the ice memory of Svalbard’s glaciers where global warming impacts are going 4 times faster
The Ice Memory Foundation launches its 8th drilling operation participating in the Sentinel project expedition on the Holtedahlfonna icefield -…Read more
Mission to monitor seafloor fault at foot of Mount Etna
The North Alfeo Fault runs across the seafloor at the base of Mount Etna, the tallest and currently most active…Read more
What causes cod stock collapse: climate-induced environmental change or fishing?
For the first time, a digital model has shown that both fishing and climate-induced environmental change…Read more
Sahelanthropus, the oldest representative of humanity, was indeed bipedal...but that’s not all!
The modalities and date of emergence of bipedalism remain bitterly debated, in particular because of a small…Read more
Launch of a new research and innovation interface on uranium
The CNRS, the University of Lorraine and Orano have decided to join forces to develop new expertise for uranium exploration…Read more